Grace Farms is an eighty-acre open range. It is located in Connecticut. Every year for Earth Day, Grace Farms have entertainment for visitors of all ages. This year the festivities happen on Saturday, April 27th from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Learning about important plants and learning how crucial bees are in nature are the first two fun activities this year. They also have arts and crafts for children three to ten years old. They will learn about how animals create homes. Grace Farms has a bird habitat filled with over seventy-five bird breeds. This Earth Day they will have bird walks led by Frank Mantlik. There will also be a falconry presentation given by Brian Bradley. Grace Farms also will have conversation activities like The Benefits of Rewilding and Restoring Native Meadows which talk about plants, birds, and insects and how vital meadows are in nature.
Sharon Prince is the chair and President Grace Farm Foundation. She created the foundation in 2009. Ms. Prince started her journey in 2003 as President of 66 North.
She acquired a Bachelor’s degree and a Master’s degree in Business at the University of Tulsa. Ms. Prince is a fighter for child exploitation, human trafficking, and violence against women. She co-hosted a gathering about human trafficking which resulted in a publication in December 2016. Through the foundation, Ms. Prince is doing a crusade against modern slavery. She serves on the board of Next Generation Nepal. She was also awarded the NOMI Network’s Abolitionist Award and Auburn Seminary’s Lives of Commitment Award in 2017.
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